Credit students must be accepted to the college through the DMACC Admissions Office. After acceptance, students will receive information regarding next steps and registration during
New Student Orientation. See below to determine if you are a
Returning or New Student.
View DMACC tuition and fees.
Planning to pay with Financial Aid? Contact the
Financial Aid Department to apply. Students are encouraged ask questions so they understand Financial Aid requirements and processing time before registering for classes.
DMACC uses an ‘E-Bill’ (paperless billing). View billing information and how to pay tuition/fees.
- Has completed classes in a previous semester at DMACC (not including: Career Advantage (High School Programming) or the Cross Enrollment Program
- Is accepted to the same major or program since the last course taken
- Students who
changed their program of interest may be required to attend a new
orientation session for the new program before they are eligible to register for classes
- Students are encouraged to contact their program advisor to verify that courses selected meet program/degree requirements
- If it has been 3 years or more since you were accepted by the DMACC Admissions Office, you must first
re-apply online or contact DMACC Admissions via
email to update your application
- May register at the beginning of each semester via Banner Self Service online, by phone (515-964-6800) or on campus according to
opening registration dates and times
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- Is new to DMACC
- Was recently accepted into a program—after previously being on a wait list or standby list
- Accepted into a different major or program after requesting a
- Changing your program may affect your Fin. Aid. See an advisor for assistance.
- Allowed to register after a required
New Student Orientation
- For New Student Orientation questions,
email orientation or call 515-965-7321
- Students may
contact their campus to make an appointment with their advisor to discuss registration and orientation